NDMLP Statement to the Media 1st March 2016 Release Tamil Political Detainees Comrade SK Senthivel, General Secretary of the New-Democratic… Read more NDMLP Diary
[National Affairs] It is well known that the Collective Agreement expired on 31st March 2015. There were hollow struggles and… Read more 1000 Rupees Wage for Plantation Workers can be Won Only Through Mass Struggle
[National Affairs] None can deny that tea production plays an essential role in generating the national income of this country.… Read more Will We Remain in Slumber or Awaken to Struggle for Our Rights?
[National Affairs] Having had 68 years of parliamentary government, people of the country have little reason to hope for good… Read more A Government Edging Towards Disarray
Dissent will grow louder Manisha Shastri “Dissent will grow louder, Louder and Louder, Even their deaf ears Will be forced… Read more Dissent will grow louder..
[Comments by NDMLP International Affairs Study Group] The Indian corporate media holds the Hindu fascist fringe comprising the RSS, VHP,… Read more Fascism: Making it in India
Tribute to Comrade Subramaniam Tamilmahan — The political arena of Sri Lanka has seen many a politician. A majority of… Read more Comrade KA Subramaniam lived with Determination and Honesty as a Politician for the People
Peter Custers — [What follows is an excerpt from ‘Introducing Gramscian Concepts: Towards a Re-Analysis of Bangladesh’s Political History’ from… Read more GRAMSCIAN CONCEPTS : Gramsci’s Use of the Term ‘Civil Society’
T G-Z MeeNilankco — Introduction This paper examines how the 9/11 attack and subsequent actions by the US influenced the… Read more Post-9/11 Role of Civil Society Organizations in Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka
Desabakthan — Defining Fascism Fascism, although relatively easy to recognize, is hard to define precisely as the term has had… Read more Understanding Fascism in Context